People-Centered Innovations in Data Collection: The Oregon Experience
The ongoing evolution of both theory and practice in public health is both necessary and welcome given the highly interdisciplinary nature of the field. At the theoretical level, the expansion of frameworks to include multilevel thinking (which builds on the social ecological framework) and life course perspective is broadening our thinking and improving our science with respect to the factors that create health or prohealth conditions.
In this issue, a group of articles explore innovations in public health practice, with an emphasis on innovative research methods in health promotion.
Authors: Fiala, Steven; Landers, Stewart.